President Bush has the "Western White House" at his ranch in Texas. Should John Edwards win the race to replace him, he'll have a "Southern White House" ready to go.
Edwards and his family have a home that sits on 102 secluded acres surrounded by trees and defended by no-trespassing signs. It's a 28-thousand-square-foot unfinished estate that has enough privacy for a president. It also has presidential amenities, and some argue it's a sign of presidential ambitions.
A main home that could easily be called a mansion boasts five bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths.
It's connected by a covered walkway to a bright red addition, know as "The Barn," that includes its own living quarters along with a handball court, an indoor pool and an indoor basketball court with a stage at one end.